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This was a nice way to eat. I had some in the freezer but wasn't sure what to do with them. I'm glad I tried this recipe. Garlic, fresh ginger and sesame are a great combo. Made for Veggie Swap 62
These were delish....my first time making my own Edamame....they are the bomb.com...next time I will make them spicy!
I usually serve edamame only lightly salted, but this was just as easy and a bit of an interesting change. If you like sesame, you'll love this.
Very Very tasty! Normally we have our edamame warm with sea salt and this was a lovely change! I scaled this back for 2 had this as an appetizer before Tilapia in Thai Sauce! Thanks for posting! Made for The Queens of Quisine ZWT6!
WoW! This simple recipe is heading straight to my favorites. I thought I was going to just taste one before putting them in the fridge, but I couldn't stop!! What a lovely, flavorful and healthy snack. I will be making this recipe for years to come! ~Made for ZWT 6 Zee Zany Zesty Cookz~
Very easy and so tasty! Had along with brown rice. Thanks Rita! Made by a Looney Spoon Phoodie for Zaar World Tour#6!
For something so simple as Edamame beans....these were excellent, lip-smacking good!!! I will definately be doing these again!!!
If you like garlic, you'll like this! Be sure that your sesame oil is fresh. My first batch was not great... because the sesame oil was not good. The second batch with new sesame oil was super!
WOWZERS are these good. I will definitely be making these again. That being said, I was out of sesame oil (can't believe it) and it was amazing with just the regular oil. Also, I didn't read my package of edamame. . .they were already cooked (but they were from the freezer section at Trader Joe's). . .and I am a good girl, so I followed the recipe and boiled them. . .needless to say, they turned out pretty mushy LOL. Can't wait to make these again the RIGHT way!!!
I have ordered Edamame in restaurants and been totally unimpressed. I was trying to find a few 'healthy' snack choices and decided to give this a whirl. Well this is about it's 6th 'whirl' lol. I buy organic frozen edamame that take 2 minutes to zap in the microwave. In those 2 minutes I have the oil, ginger & garlic ready to go. I toss them in the dressing hot from the microwave and am digging in less than 5 minutes from the start! This is my go-to recipe for a quick snack or a lunch substitute. Thanks so much for posting!!